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Plasmoid Binary

Score 88%

Version Control:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  2273
Submitted:  Jul 1 2009
Updated:  Oct 20 2013


This is a plasmoid to show the events and todos from Akonadi resources (KOrganizer, Birthdays etc.).
With a google resource also Google calendar items can be shown.
Also possible with a CalDAV resource.
A facebook resource is also available.

Incidences can be filtered, added, edited, deleted via context menu.

Needs KDE 4.6 to compile and
you need a working Akonadi.
I suggest using 4.7 and your done.

Thanks to the authors of todolist, public transport, rtm.

Some rpm for openSUSE can be found here:
Now in KDE:Unstable:Playground




There is also an ebuild in gentoo-overlay or so.

Feel free to send translations, feature requests.

Development has moved:


- previous version was buggy in removing items - fixed (I hope)

- check for already existing items to avoid doubled entries

- add contact name to possible substitutions
- filter for collections instead of resources (reconfigure filter necessary)

0.6.90 (0.7 rc)
- use kincindenceeditor if available
- delete incidences via menu
- fix bug with wrong mouse pointer position (wrong incidence selected)

0.6 adds autogrouping and filtering

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 QML port planned?

 by Apfel on: Jan 26 2013
Score 50%

Are there any plans to port Eventslist to QML? Im asking because I use "Bespin" for style. And every second row has no transparency which makes it unusable for me (it's not readable). So I'm hoping it's getting better with elements from QML :)

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 Re: QML port planned?

 by geflei on: Feb 2 2013
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yes, but this will take a longer time,
something else to do currently.

as workaround you can try
1. use categories with different colors or
2. format the items with qt html subset

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 Another Double Entry Bug

 by AshkanV on: Apr 24 2013
Score 50%

Thanks for your very helpful plasmoid.
I use Fedora 18 x86_64 KDE Spin and install the plasmoid using the rpm package.
Every time I restart the computer, entries are shown double times, but in KOrganizer things are fine.
New instances of EventList are OK.
And also sometimes after another restart things go back to normal.

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 How to add to desktop?

 by mschillinger on: May 11 2013
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Could someone tell me how to add the eventlist to the desktop?
I do not know what to do with the installed files:
I am running Kubuntu 13.04


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 Re: How to add to desktop?

 by geflei on: May 12 2013
Score 50%

It's like every other plasmoid.

unlock desktop - right click on desktop - "unlock applets" or so (in german miniprogramme)
then right click on desktop - add applet (miniprograme)
look for eventlist (german Terminliste)

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 by heiku on: May 30 2013
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Hello, I found a bug. If an event is originally from another timezone, it will display that time instead of the local time.
eg. a user creates an event at 7:00 GMT, and you are in timezone +1, it should display 8:00, instead of 7:00.

Thanks for your work.

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 Re: Timezones

 by geflei on: Jun 7 2013
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Hmm, times should be translated to local time already? have to look at it.

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 Re: Re: Timezones

 by geflei on: Jun 17 2013
Score 50%

Can you try current git?

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 Verrsion 0.7

 by bitcrazy on: Jun 14 2013
Score 50%


any release date for 0.7 available?


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 Digital clock?

 by Naraku on: Jul 4 2013
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Eventlist is really great! I'm using it in the taskbar, where a calender icon is shown. From my point of view it would be more useful when there would be an option to display the time, just like the digital clock standard plasmoid. Maybe it's possible to combine both?

Digital clock has a similiar possibility: it can show the calender, but this is crap compared to eventlist! ;-)

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